Musical Futures is a series of models and approaches that can be personalised by teachers and schools to meet their needs and those of their students.
The majority of resources to support Musical Futures approaches are available for teachers to access freely via the website.
New Just Play playalong tracks are available each half-term to download at an additional cost so there are always new and up-to-date resources to use with your students.
Musical Futures Models and Approaches:
Just Play is the Musical Futures approach to developing instrumental skills at both primary and secondary stages of education from years 4 – 9. It is supported by the Just Play Premium Resource – available free with training or for immediate purchase and download.
A model of self-directed learning that aims to enhance student motivation, enjoyment and skill-acquisition in music lessons by tapping into the real-life learning practices of popular musicians.
A range of approaches developed in classroom settings. These range from whole-group composing and improvising, classroom workshopping and small-group instrumental skill building through our band instrumental skills approach.
Find Your Voice
A practical, hands-on approach to embedding vocal work and mobile technology in the classroom. Students explore how music is constructed by breaking down music they like and engage with vocally before moving onto vocal improvisation and composing.
OnCue is the Musical Futures approach to creative music-making. New resources combined with non-formal pedagogies (and practices) make On Cue suitable for use with any ensemble. On Cue resources are available as part of our training offer.